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Ah yes, I have been using the XMP profile. Easy enough. Thanks!
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Right now, haven't tried booting with the settings, but have the VCORE at 1.42v and was running at 4.8Ghz for atleast 5 hours straight yesterday with no glitches/blue screens. Now just bumped it up to 4.9Ghz, same voltage. Will see how stable it is.

How does voltage requirements scale with CPU frequency?
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Right now, haven't tried booting with the settings, but have the VCORE at 1.42v and was running at 4.8Ghz for atleast 5 hours straight yesterday with no glitches/blue screens. Now just bumped it up to 4.9Ghz, same voltage. Will see how stable it is.

How does voltage requirements scale with CPU frequency?
I'd say about 0.05 V per GHz.
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post #24 of 28
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I'd say about 0.05 V per GHz.
Thanks. Appreciate it.

Well, 4.9Ghz was also stable at 1.42v, ran for atleast 5 hours playing World of Warcraft nonstop, temperatures were up around 50-60c on the high side.

I tried to bump it up to 5Ghz using the same voltage, and the system froze up after about 20-30 minutes of play time. So think I either have to bump the vcore up or just not worry about it.

The only issue I have is that if I set these same settings in the BIOS, the PC will fail to boot and I will get a blue screen, but while in windows if I use the TurboV AIS II application, I can bump the settings up and things are good to go. I can't even post with 4.7Ghz using the same settings in the BIOS.

Any suggestions?
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post #25 of 28
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Thanks. Appreciate it.

Well, 4.9Ghz was also stable at 1.42v, ran for atleast 5 hours playing World of Warcraft nonstop, temperatures were up around 50-60c on the high side.

I tried to bump it up to 5Ghz using the same voltage, and the system froze up after about 20-30 minutes of play time. So think I either have to bump the vcore up or just not worry about it.

The only issue I have is that if I set these same settings in the BIOS, the PC will fail to boot and I will get a blue screen, but while in windows if I use the TurboV AIS II application, I can bump the settings up and things are good to go. I can't even post with 4.7Ghz using the same settings in the BIOS.

Any suggestions?
Did you enable PLL Overvoltage?
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post #26 of 28
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Did you enable PLL Overvoltage?
Yes sir. It is enabled.
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post #27 of 28
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Originally Posted by Willard View Post
Thanks. Appreciate it.

Well, 4.9Ghz was also stable at 1.42v, ran for atleast 5 hours playing World of Warcraft nonstop, temperatures were up around 50-60c on the high side.

I tried to bump it up to 5Ghz using the same voltage, and the system froze up after about 20-30 minutes of play time. So think I either have to bump the vcore up or just not worry about it.

The only issue I have is that if I set these same settings in the BIOS, the PC will fail to boot and I will get a blue screen, but while in windows if I use the TurboV AIS II application, I can bump the settings up and things are good to go. I can't even post with 4.7Ghz using the same settings in the BIOS.

Any suggestions?
Always run your prime95 blend because you might have the idea that playing a lite game that does not use all of the cpu to 100% (ht 100%) is stable. i bet that when you run prime95 will fail within minutes.
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post #28 of 28
Yes, gaming is not really a good benchmark for stability... You really want to run p95 blend for 8-12hours to ensure 100% stability.

Good to see a new face diving right into OC'ing

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